Gamesa sells two wind farms in Germany with combined installed capacity of 18.5 MW

Gamesa wind farm / Photo: Gamesa
Gamesa wind farm / Photo: Gamesa

Gamesa, a global technology leader in wind energy, has closed* the sale of two wind farms located in Germany, with aggregate installed capacity of 18.5 MW, to HT Aiwanger, an investor group.

(WK-intern) – The Ringstedt II wind farm (10 MW) is located in Landkreis-Cuxhaven (Lower Saxony) and is equipped with five G80-2.0 MW turbines. The Gross Hasslow facility (8.5 MW), meanwhile, in Ostpringnitz-Ruppin (Western Pomerania), comprises 10 G58-850 kW WTGs. Both facilities were developed and are operated by Gamesa.

Gamesa has been active in the German market since 2003. In its capacity as developer, the company has developed and commissioned over 255 MW in in this market where it currently has a pipeline of close to 300 MW at varying stages of development. In its capacity as manufacturer, it has installed 177 MW of its turbines and operates 93 MW under O&M agreements.

*The deal was closed at the end of 2013.

PR: Gamesa

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